Recent Blog Posts
Community Solar & How it Works
08/21/2019Community solar, or sometimes know as community renewable energy facilities (CREFs), provide the benefits of solar to residents who may not be able to install solar photovoltaic (PV) systems on their …
Solar for All Creating Green Jobs in DC
08/14/2019Going solar saves money and reduces your carbon footprint. But did you know it also creates jobs in the District? Through Solar for All, a Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) program, the DCSEU …
Intern-al Review: Mackenzie Swartz
08/12/2019Mackenzie Swartz is a rising senior attending the George Washing University School of Business where she studies International Business with a minor in Sustainability. Here’s a little bit about her …
DCSEU Programs Serving Affordable Housing, Clinics, and Shelters Featured on Yale Climate Connections
08/08/2019DCSEU Low-Income Program Manager Patrice Brooks was recently featured on Yale Climate Connections, a nationally syndicated podcast.
DCSEU's Workforce Development Program Featured on Yale Climate Connections Podcast
06/04/2019Former DCSEU Workforce Development Program participant Richard Quaofio was featured on Yale Climate Connections, a nationally syndicated podcast.
Metro Thanks DCSEU for Being a "Great Partner"
04/24/2019On Tuesday, Metro thanked the DCSEU for being a "great partner and helping Metro become more #energyefficient" on Twitter.
Recent Press Releases
DCSEU and DC SAFE Announce Fundraising Campaign to Make New Domestic Violence Shelter More Energy Efficient
07/14/2019Today, the DC Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) and DC SAFE announced a joint fundraising campaign, “The Power to Save Lives,” for energy-saving appliances at DC SAFE’s new SAFE Space Crisis Shelter for survivors of domestic violence, expected to be completed in December 2020.
DCSEU Selects Contractors to Bring Over 7 Megawatts of Solar to DC Through Solar for All Program
05/21/2019Today, in partnership with the District Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE), the DC Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) announced plans to work with nine contractors to bring over 7 megawatts of solar to income-qualified DC residents through the Solar for All program this year.
DCSEU Applauds Metro's Energy Action Plan, Continues Partnership to Help WMATA Use Less Energy
04/22/2019On Tuesday, the DC Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) applauded the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) on the release of its first Energy Action Plan and pledged to continue its partnership with the transit authority to help it use less energy, save money, and better the environment.